Rediscover The Clanking, Hissing Origins Of Steampunk

K.W. Jeter's Infernal Devices: A Mad Victorian Fantasy launched the steampunk genre in 1987 (and Jeter also invented the term, in an interview.) Now Harper Collins' Angry Robot imprint's bringing it back into print, along with another Jeter Victorian classic. » 2/06/10 3:00pm 2/06/10 3:00pm

In Which Some Steampunk Novels are Discussed

Goggles, gaslights and gears, oh my! Steampunk is a steadily growing subgenre of speculative fiction. We review four current and forthcoming books that have been affixed with that label... in an elegant copperplate hand, naturally. » 8/12/09 10:59am 8/12/09 10:59am

Future Cities, The Steampunk Past, And Everything In Between

This month, spend some time in Victorian steampunk England, hunt down lost artifacts on Mars, or get to know Batman a little better. You could also grab a drink in post-apocalyptic Wales. All that and more, in July books. » 7/10/09 3:30pm 7/10/09 3:30pm